- to cut off or separate with a blow: The cook whacked off the fish's head.
- Slang: Vulgar. to masturbate.
Idioms about whack
Origin of whack1
OTHER WORDS FROM whackwhack·er, noun
Other definitions for whack (2 of 2)
How to use whack in a sentence
Whacker, a lie of unusual dimensions, sometimes called a round un.The Slang Dictionary|John Camden Hotten
Dr. Whacker drew still closer to him as they stepped along the wharf.
And so this thought of evasion never entertained until planted there now by Dr. Whacker sprouted into instant growth.
Coming next morning to the wharf, Blood found Dr. Whacker in a generous mood.
Whacker and his colleague desired to be rid of one who threatened to ruin them.
British Dictionary definitions for whack
Derived forms of whackwhacker, noun
Word Origin for whack
Other Idioms and Phrases with whack
In addition to the idioms beginning with whack
- whacked out
- whack off
- have a crack (whack) at
- out of kilter (whack)